At KSP Awards we raise questions that every parent is looking for answers too; education and skills our kids will need in the years to come with technology gearing up for every passing moment to replace humans.
To discuss this we had an esteemed panel of :
Navyata Goenka, Fatima Agarkar, Sejal Haribhakti Mody, Avnita Bir, Sriram Emani and Namita Mehta.
Our panel discussed ' Are Indian Schools Preparing our Kids With Skills For 2040'
Sejal Haribhakti Mody – Organization & Talent Expert, McKinsey & Co
Open talent economy is the future – freelancers, temp worker and crowdsourcing talent. How will you adapt yourself to work with a different kind of workforce?
Avnita Bir – Director & Principal, Podar Education
Technology to be used in the 21st century – communication skills and collaboration skills
Navyata Goenka – Advisor, Mount Litera School International
Schools have always given importance to left brain dominant skills; now is the time to focus on right brain dominant skills.
Fatima Agarkar – Co-Founder, KA Edu Associates
We don't celebrate ordinary. As parents, we need to change our mindset.
Sriram Emani – Founder & CEO, IndianRaga
Skills that kids need nowadays are creativity, teamwork and communication.
54% of the Indian workforce is less than 25 years
65% are under the age of 35 years
12 million Indians join the workforce every year
Watch the video to know what these leaders in the educational field had to say and how we can best prepare our kids for the future.
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